Not a chance unless the market re-tests its lows. PG is a gift anywhere near $50 and before long the train will leave the station and not look back. PG and PEP are my favorites, with their converging and diverging prices. Both stocks are ridiculously cheap considering their stellar track records and very steady eddie characteristics. When the staple titans go on sale, they're always a buy. Coke, Pepsi, JNJ, PG, don't matter which - when they go down you buy 'em and sleep well at night (or trade 'em on the pops and drops). Its just you almost never see these kinds of drops, except when the economy totally tanks like now, which makes me want to hold 'em longer term. I switch PEP and PG holdings though when they diverge because they always go back and converge, and they're both great companies. Its adds some octane to the low volatility we see from these staple titans. Everybody seems to want to buy the movers and make a ton by tomorrow, which is what got everybody in trouble in the first place.